- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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It was a great event. Everything perfectly timed. A nice lunch. Lots of coffee, water, juice, tea. Cookies and chips. It was over at five. I got on the right train again and got off at the right station. But I have to admit, it is extremely warm today and once again. I am tired. So tomorrow no alarm. When I wake up at 5:00 I will turn around again and go back to sleep.
... due, and this week I have to write a big paper for my Philosophy of Health Science class as well as for my Psychopharmacology class. Luckily I have received great results so far, so all this work does not stop me from exploring the area!
Josh (not the Australian), a Boston College student and friend of mine invited me to come snowboarding with him and his roommates in the weekend after Philadelphia. An offer I could not refuse! That morning was probably ...
... the narrow, tree lined, old historic neighborhoods with spooky stories on plaques in front of these spooky historic homes that told the tales of these poor innocent people. Because it is a major tourist trap during the month of October, I also anticipated there would be your standard booths selling witchcraft type wares along with the clairvoyant tents and such. I really thought it would be more of a fall festival type of atmosphere. ...
... though, and he has not returned. He returned a few minutes after 8 am we headed to Sabitino’s for dinner. Big welcome from everyone-makes me feel good! Home, some wine, talk and off to bed where I was asleep in minutes, again!
Sept 12th-Thursday- I had good sleep, but still tired. Guess the whole summer is catching up with me! Phil heading to ocean and I am staying home to finish getting my stuff organized. When he returns ...
... one thing that truly amazed me about this city was how green it was; for a city, there were so many trees! Also, unlike NYC or Philly, Boston seems less ... cramped.) we got some dinner. And actually we ended up eating in the mall at this place called Chowdah, which I thought was pretty good. I got a carbo-licious helping of New England clam chowder served in a bread bowl. Before heading back to Dorchester (where we stayed,) we checked out the finish line of ...